Growing up, the holidays always found the house filled to the brim. Mother's Day was no exception. And when there was lots of family, there was also lots of food. Desserts were the best, and I had some aunts that could make mouth watering candy recipes that would rival Godiva and Hershey's.
The back of the box carton has a recipe suggestion for slow cooker bolognese ragu. To fix it you need the following ingredients: spaghetti, ground beef, chopped onion, minced garlic, marinara sauce, dried Italian herbs, butter, olive oil, kalamata olives, and basil leaves. At the bottom portion they show the other pastas they offer which are penne rigate, wide egg noodles, and elbow macaroni.
Left over meat can be used to make any meal feel more substantial. Take pork spaghetti bolognese recipe gordon ramsay for an example. It can be stir fried, sliced thin and cooked as breakfast meat instead of buying bacon, or it can be chopped up and put in a pulled pork sandwich.
To make a fantastic bolognese sauce you will first need some mince. The mince should be cooked in a pan until brown; remember to keep stirring it vigorously to avoid it sticking. It is then a good idea to drain the fat off the mince to ensure you meal is healthy and avoid it being too greasy when served. In order to give your sauce lots of flavor and vitamins, vegetables should be added. Chopped onions complement the mince perfectly and should be placed in the pan soon after the mince has browned. A juicy red or green pepper should also be chopped and placed in, this provides the dish with lots of color and little bit of spice.
Brown sausage on stove top as you would brown ground beef. Meanwhile, in slow cooker chunk processed cheese and pour in salsa, soup, and salsa. Add drained sausage when fully cooked. Turn slow cooker to high and stir after about half an hour. Keep stirring every 15 minutes or so and when it is melted turn to low.
In a saucepan, melt the butter over low heat. slow cooker beef recipes in the flour and stir constantly until the mixture bubbles. Stir in the water and sugar. Boil until mixture is smooth and completely cooked. Remove from heat. Add in the vanilla. Serve over warm bread pudding.
Add the chops to the crockpot. Combine the vinegar, honey, ginger, sherry, stock, garlic, and soy sauce and pour this mixture over the lamb. Cover the slow cooker and cook for eight hours on low.